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G. Mamani, Rontetap, M., and Maessen, S., Sanitation solutions for flood prone and high table water areas. IRC and WASTE, The Hague, The Netherlands, p. 87 p. : fig., tab., tech. drwngs , 2014.
C. Pezon and Bassono, R., Le coût de l’approvisionnement en eau par PMH au Sahel, vol. 1. IRC, The Hague, the Netherlands, p. 41 p.; 36 tab., 2013.
P. Morgan, Lessons from a low cost ecological approach to sanitation in Malawi. Water and Sanitation Program - African Region, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 12 p. : 2 boxes, photogr., 1 tab., 2007.
J. Gould, Rainwater harvesting : its time has come, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-3, 2006.
A. Kalimuthu, A simple guide for the construction of "affordable and cost effective" sanitary latrine. Plan International (India), Plan India, New Delhi, India, p. 24 p. : ill., 2006.
M. A. M. Langendijk and van de Korput, J. A., Water, sanitation, hygiene and health studies project : ; communication plan for WASEP. Aga Khan Health Service, Gilgit, Pakistan, p. 44 p.: drwngs., fig., 5 tab., 2006.
D. R. Meddings, Ronald, L. A., Marion, S., Pinera, J. - F., and Oppliger, A., Cost effectiveness of a latrine revision programme in Kabul, Afghanistan, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, pp. p. 281- 289 : 5 tab., 2004.
J. (State). D. IN, IN, J. (State). E., and Delhi, I. N. U. N. I. C. E. F. - Ne, Layout, design and estimate for toilet construction in schools under district primary education programme : working guidelines. Jharkhand Education Project Council, Ranchi, India, p. 8 p. : techn.drwngs, 2004.
I. Department IN, School and anganwadi toilet design : norms and options. India, Department of Drinking Water Supply, New Delhi, India, p. 40 p. : boxes, 27 fig., 6 photogr., 2004.
P. Ball, Solutions for reducing borehole costs in rural Africa. Water and Sanitation Program - African Region, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 12 p. : 6 fig., photogr., 1 tab., 2004.
P. Ball, Solutions vers la reduction du cout des puits d'eau en milieu rural Africain. Water and Sanitation Program - African Region, Nairobi, Kenya, p. 16 p. : 6 fig., photogr., 1 tab., 2004.
C. C. Smith, Rural boreholes and wells in Africa : economics of construction in hard rock terrain, Journal American Water Works Association, pp. p. 100-111 : 1 fig., 5 tab., 2003.
S. Africa. Na ZA, Sanitation for a healthy nation : sanitation technology options. South Africa, Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Pretoria, South Africa, p. 10 p. : techn. drwng, 2002.
V. Foster, Condominial water and sewerage systems : costs of implementation of the model. Water and Sanitation Program - Andean Region, Lima, Peru, p. 60 p. : fig., tab., 2001.
B. D. Internatio Dhaka, Rainwater harvesting systems: innovation in rainwater harvesting. International Development Enterprises, Dhaka, Bangladesh, p. 13 p. : fig., photogr., techn. drwngs, 2001.
G. G. C., J. M., L., and Visscher, J. T., Filtracion en multiples etapas : tecnologia innovativa para el tratamiento de agua, vol. no. 34-S. Cali, Colombia: CINARA, 1999, p. 197 p. : 68 fig., 60 tab.
J. T. Visscher, J. M., L., and G. C., G., Multi-stage filtration : an innovative water treatment technology, vol. no. 34-E. The Hague, The Netherlands: IRC, 1998, p. xiii, 165 p. : 68 fig., 60 tab.
G. Mwiinga, The potential for the use of roughing - slow sand filtration systems in Zambia. University of Zambia, Lusaka, Zambia, p. xiii, 140 p. : 54 fig., 28 tab., 1998.
U. Directorat UG, Water and environmental sanitation programme : unit costs for constructions works. Zambia, Programme Co-ordination Unit, Kampala, Uganda, p. 10 p. : tab., 1998.


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